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Potentilla reptans L.

A Growing Interest in the Advancement of So-Called Functional Foods has Validated : A Part from The Book Chapter : Phytochemical and Antimicrobial Study of Crude Extracts of Herbal Potentilla reptans L.

In recent years, a growing interest in the advancement of so-called functional foods has validated that they show physiological benefits in addition to nutritional and energetic, for instance, antihypertensive, antioxidant, or anti-inflammatory. Among the various compounds with functional properties, antioxidants are the topmost widely studied. These compounds can play an immense and pivotal role in…

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sailfin catfish

Silver Warehou Fish : A Part from The Book Chapter : Hydrolysate Protein Production from Catfish with Understanding of the Potential Antioxidant Activity

These investigations have covered a range of fish species, including Alaska pollock, barramundi fish, salmon, silver warehou fish, ornate threadfin bream, and parrotfish (Chlorurus sordidus). To achieve the best results, it is crucial to carefully control specific hydrolysis parameters like temperature, pH, and duration throughout the production process. Therefore, the primary goal of this study…

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ECM Protein

Demonstrates the Mediation of KLK-12 via the Cleavage of ECM Protein : A Part from The Book Chapter : An In-silico Study of Pathological Angiogenesis; Design of Anticancer Agent Inhibiting KLK – 12

Studies show that Kallikrein like peptidase-12 (KLK-12) promotes angiogenesis through the cleavage of ECM-associated signaling proteins in the CCN family. Demonstrates the mediation of KLK-12 via the cleavage of ECM protein, Cysteine-rich angiogenic inducer 61 (CYR61) to release VEGF, FGF-2, and TGFβ from its complex to induce angiogenesis. Activation of these growth factors contributes to…

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Hexacyanoferrate

The Alanine and Hexacyanoferrate : A Part from The Book Chapter : Kinetic Spectrophotometric Method for the Determination of Ir(III) in Microgram on the Oxidation of Alanine by HCF(III) in Aqueous Alkaline Medium

The study deals with the kinetic spectrophotometric studies on the microgram determination of Ir(III), while it catalyzes the alanine and hexacyanoferrate(III) redox system in aqueous alkaline medium. The reaction was followed by noting the absorbance of the reaction mixture after 5,10,15,20 min from the start of the reaction. Linear calibration curves were obtained in terms…

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PDP

CTAB being a Positive Micelle can be Expected to Bind PDP more Strongly : A Part from The Book Chapter : Micellar Effects of Cetyl Trimethyl Ammonium Bromide (CTAB) and Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS) on Oxidation of Indigo Carmine with Potassium Peroxy Diphosphate

CTAB being a positive micelle can be expected to bind PDP more strongly. So in Indigo carmine due to ionization of the sulphonic acid group is also bound CTAB micelles. It is reflected in the more significant acceleration of the reaction in CTAB compared to that in the presence of SDS, which gives a negatively…

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Tests for Identification

Tests for Identification : A Part from The Book Chapter : Analytical Method Validation Parameters (USP/ICH)

Tests for identification, quantification of impurity content, limit tests for impurity control, and quantitative analysis of the active moiety in drug substance or product samples, as well as other specific component(s), are all included in this process. The following is a list of typical validation attributes that should be taken into account: Precision, Specificity, Detection…

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eight axioms

Complex Probability: A Part from The Book: The Paradigm of Complex Probability, Numerical Analysis, and Chaos Theory

The original extended model of eight axioms (EKA) of A. N. Kolmogorov was connected and applied to numerical analysis and to chaos theory. Thus, a tight link between the novel paradigm and the theory of chaos was realized. Therefore, the “Complex Probability” model was more elaborated beyond the scope of my 36 previous published works…

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fatty acids are synthesized by plants

Fatty Acids: A Part from The Book Chapter: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Medicinal Use of Bioactive Secondary Metabolites from the Genus Ehretia

Although a vast array of fatty acids are synthesized by plants, only a small number are significant and frequently occurring phytoconstituents. Since fatty acids produce a significant amount of ATP during metabolism, they are crucial dietary sources of fuel for animals. Author(s) Details: Amanpreet Kaur, Department of Chemistry, School of Sciences, IFTM University, Moradabad-244102, Uttar…

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The Goats Consumed All of the Offered Supplements: A Part from The Book Chapter : The Notable of Lablab Seed as a Feed Supplement for Goat Fed Roughages Diet

The goats consumed all of the offered supplements. The intake of roughage during the first week of the trial was similar for all treatments, and with the exception of treatment 4 (12 g Lablab/kg LW) increased during the remainder of the trial. However, with treatment 4 roughage intake tended to remain constant until week 4,…

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Image Enrichment Methods are of Two Kinds that are Spatial Domain and Transform Domain Methods: A Part from The Book Chapter: Study about Performance Analysis of Image Enhancement Techniques for Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

Image enrichment methods are of two kinds that are spatial domain and transform domain methods. In spatial domain methods one could work straightly on image pixels. The pixel values are influenced to accomplish preferred enrichment. In frequency domain approaches, initially an image is reassigned into frequency domain, image Fourier transform is obtained first. Enhancement maneuvers…

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